GEO 103
Transportation and
Information Technology
Transportation Networks in
Historical Perspective
History of transportation
1.
Water transport (rivers, canals, oceans) (to 1800s)
2.
Railroads
3.
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MAE 451
Abstract
Wind power is growing as one of the major sources of energy around the world. As one of the
cleanest forms of energy, it is becoming a main focus for the power industry. With the rapi
MAE 334
MEASUREMENT OF SECOND ORDER SDOF SYSTEMS
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Instructor: Dr. Jason Armstrong
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ABSTRACT
This laboratory experiment
ECO 182: Microeconomics Fall 2016
Paul Fowler Atkinson, BA, MA, MBA.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
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CITIES
1
THE RISE OF THE MODERN CITY
Cities grew along with the emerging capitalist economy
beginning in the sixteenth century
Industrial Revolution -> a steady penetration of European
societies by ne
Models of Urban Land Use
and Suburban Patterns
GEO 103
1
Concentric Zone Model (Burgess)
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is .r = 4.0 cfw_1(th1 with .r in meters and r in seconds. (a) At what
time and (b) where does. tho particle (momentarily) atop?
PHY107
Spring 2017 EXAM 1
March 4 , 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.
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Chapter 7 7.1. On August 10, 1972, a large meteorite skipped across the atmosphere above western United States and Canada, much like a stone skipped across water. The accompanying reball was so bright
URBANIZATION: THE
HISTORY OF CITIES
GEO 103
What Makes Up an Urban Area?
Definitions:
City: nucleated settlements that are multifunctional in character,
has a central business district and both reside
Chapter 10: Rotation
Rotation:
Solid Body:
Distancebetweenanytwopointsdoesnotchange
Allpointsrotatearoundoneaxisbyexactlythesame
angle
rAB=constant
Rotation axis
A
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Rotation (
P1. Three blocks are connected by two massless cords, one of which
wraps around a frictionless pulley with negligible mass (see figure
below). Block A can slide on the table without friction. The mass
Chapter 5 Forces and Motion II
5.1
5.1.1
The Important Stu
Friction Forces
Forces which are known collectively as friction forces are all around us in daily life. In elementary physics we discuss the
Chapter 6 Work, Kinetic Energy and Potential Energy
6.1
6.1.1
The Important Stu
Kinetic Energy
1 K = 2 mv 2
For an object with mass m and speed v , the kinetic energy is dened as (6.1)
Kinetic energy
Chapter 7
Linear Momentum and Collisions
7.1
7.1.1
The Important Stu
Linear Momentum
The linear momentum of a particle with mass m moving with velocity v is dened as
p = mv
(7.1)
Linear momentum is a
PHY107:
E uation Sheet 1 Ch. 1-6
Not everything written here is necessary for a particular quiz or exam. You are expected to know the properties of
simple geometry, trigonometry, order of magnitude pr
Welcome to Physics
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Chapter 3
Vectors
Geometric vector addition and subtraction
vector components
unit vector
Addition and subtraction
Multiplication of a vector by a scalar
The scalar (dot) product of two vectors
Vector
Chapter 2
Motion Along a Straight Line
Learn to calculate:
Displacement
Average velocity
Average Speed
Instantaneous velocity
Average acceleration
Instantaneous accleration
Equations for constant acce